A first-person perspective computer game called “Night of Bush Capturing,” was released to jihadist forums today, Friday, September 15, 2006, by the Global Islamic Media Front, a jihadist mouthpiece, and visual and print media organization.
Providing an understand of how the Global Positioning System (GPS) and Geographical Information System (GIS) works, the use of GPS receivers, and the danger of using communication receivers through the GPS satellites, a member of the password-protected al-Qaeda affiliated forum, al-Hesbah, distributed today, Thursday, August 3, 2006, a 9-page manual containing such information.
A message posted yesterday, May 9, 2006, to the password-protected jihadist forum, al-Nusra, contains a suggestion for the use of an Internet-based phone software called “Globe7,” which combined with suggested proxy switchers, allows for unlimited calling.
Recently, the Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF), a jihadist mouthpiece know for its compilation videos and seditious media production has begun formalizing and circulating a 74-page compendium of hacking resources compiled last year by Younis Tsouli, better known as Irhabi 007.
Following the arrest of several members of the jihadist Internet community, including Irhabi 007, guides instructing in how a user may secure their identity and use the Internet with a high-degree of anonymity were distributed to several jihadist forums.
A guide providing information for safety and anonymity on the Internet, and circumventing procedures used by governments to identify users was recently posted to a jihadist forum.
The Global Islamic Media Front, an al-Qaeda mouthpiece, issued a set of instructions to jihadist forums today, March 8, 2006, providing a “shortened way of how to be cautious” when members use publicly-accessible computers to use the Internet.